gimme birdie

gimme birdie

or

gimmie birdie

n
(Golf) golf a birdie in which the final putt is a gimme
[from gimme (sense 2) + birdie]
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Day sank a gimme birdie putt on the sixth playoff hole to defeat Alex Noren, the silent Swede, and claim the Farmers Insurance Open on No.
Petts pitched to eight inches from 75 yards for a gimme birdie.
Whelan chipped to within an inch for the gimme birdie, but Stimets kept the pressure on when he matched him with the 10-footer.
It really didn't matter because I was going to chip up for a gimme birdie again.
The other is a gimme birdie, but there are some really tough par-threes.
Bottle-blond Johansson kept the pressure on Monty and the Scot seemed to feel the heat, missing a near gimme birdie at the par four 10th.
Still, Vanier kept rolling, almost holing his approach to holes later on the par-5 14th for a gimme birdie that tied the match for the first time since the eighth hole in the morning.
Head hit his approach shot inches from the cup for a gimme birdie.
It was a good birdie at nine and I missed a short one on 10 and had a good chance at 11, but made birdies at the 12th and 14th, gimme birdies today with the wind direction.
But there were very encouraging signs yesterday morning that this brilliant youngster is getting to grips with a layout which suits his long-hitting game - after a double-bogey at the third hole he dropped only one more shot and picked up three birdies - and the four par-fives at Wentworth are almost gimme birdies for a player blessed with such effortless power.
Hitting fairways will be key this week as this is a national championship and the course will not be set up for gimme birdies.